Copyright Friends of the Wardsboro Library Inc. Wardsboro Vermont
170 Main Street, Wardsboro, VT 05355
PO Box 137
802 896 3416 EMAIL
The Friends of the Wardsboro Library, Inc. is an all-volunteer support organization for the public library in Wardsboro, Vermont.
The Friends group is a nonprofit corporation that owns the town's library building. It's called the Gloria Danforth Memorial Building. The organization was established in 1999 and has been one of the most successful fundraising organizations in the area. Therefore, our efforts and the generosity of many donors and sponsors are what keeps the library doors open for every resident of Wardsboro and the neighboring towns.
Come to a Friends meeting at the Library, the first Wednesday of the month at 7 PM - all are welcome. Volunteer at one of the Friends events. Our 2017 calendar of fundraising events is posted here. Not to be missed - the annual Gilfeather Turnip Festival every October in Wardsboro, sponsored by the Friends.
Our Next Big Fundraising Event!
Come see our fun raffle booth at the 4th of July Street Fair and Parade, Tuesday July 4 on Main Street. We're right across from the Town Hall. Play the raffles - more than 30 items and enter the BEST RAFFLE EVER!
Looking for a copy of this book? "Wardsboro, VT - Exposing the Past" A 125-page photo book of historic images of the town and surrounding landscape designed, complied and edited by Dan Hescock and by Bob LeBlond with text by Wardsboro author Amy Kleppner.
Soft-cover. $20, plus shipping. On sale at the Library or order by email.
State Vegetable "flower-pot" Mug Now On Sale
Ceramic, not plastic. Get one at the Wardsboro Public Library. $10.
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Turnip Contest WINNERS 2016
Braiden Pearson of Wardsboro - 2nd year in a row!
Best Name - Charles Wandrei of Pittsfield MA
Largest Grown in Wardsboro - Darryl Larson and Darlene Rutnik
Largest Grown Outside Wardsboro
Charles Wandrei of Pittsfield MA
Best Strange & Funny Turnip
- Erin Morita of W.Roxbury MA